From frozen Arctic explorers to incorrupt saints, the eerily preserved bodies of these long-lost souls refuse to leave the physical world.
Forget runny noses or messy diapers—the real nightmare of parenting is a spine-chilling encounter with your child's creepy imaginary friend.
Crack open the bizarre, death-obsessed world of decapitation trick photography in this killer collection of Victorian headless portraits.
Unearth the eerie history of Hart Island, a massive cemetery off the coast of New York City where over one million souls are entombed in unmarked graves.
From the cobblestone paths of Pere-Lachaise to a quiet Kansas graveyard that hides a gate to Hell, these creepy cemeteries are definitely worth a trip.
Diabolical visions of Hell spring to life in this eye-popping collection of stereoscopic images from Victorian France.
Set sail for Italy's most haunted isle, where the wails of restless souls still echo in the night.
Get up close and personal with the grisly art of medical illustration in this stunning collection of nineteenth century prints.
These human experiment trials left thousands of victims in their wake.
From the bloody site of a brutal witch hunt to a stone fortress built atop the gates to Hell, join us as we count down 9 creepy castles from around the world.
Even toddlers can help solve crimes.
Looking to add a dash of the macabre to your vacation? Visit the Mummy Museum of Guanajuato, where over 100 shockingly well-preserved corpses are on display.
In the heart of Eastern Europe is a mysterious wood notorious for UFO sightings, disembodied screams, and the inexplicable burns left on those who enter.
In Prehistoric Italy, ancient inhabitants stripped the flesh off their dead, broke up the carcasses, and mixed the bones with animal remains.
Welcome to Mexico's eerie Island of the Dolls, where decomposing toys dangle from the trees in honor of a dead child's spirit.
Crushed by a coffin? Chewed alive by psychotic cats? There were plenty of weird ways to die during the 1800s. Here are 10 of the strangest Victorian deaths.
The Davison family thought they were just spending a sunny day at a local swim hole. Little did they know a teen ghost was trying to make her presence known.
Sun stroke? Jealousy? Dog bites? Discover the surprising reasons why patients from the 1800s ended up in a West Virginia insane asylum.